Chess News

FIDE Women’s Grand Prix Nur-Sultan 2022 starts tomorrow

The first event of the FIDE Women’s Grand Prix 2022/2023 series will take place from 17-30 September 2022 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. A very strong line-up is headlined by World No. 2 Aleksandra Goryachkina and includes Katerina LagnoTan ZhongyiAlexandra KosteniukPolina ShuvalovaAlina KashlinskayaZhansaya AbdumalikElisabeth PaehtzZhu JinerBibisara AssaubayevaDinara Wagner and Vaishali R who replaced Koneru Humpy.

FIDE Women’s Grand Prix 2022-2023: All information / Final list of participants and players allocation

The Opening ceremony of the event will take place at Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC), starting at 19:00 local time (15:00 CEST). The tournament will kick off with the first round tomorrow, September 18, at 15:00 local time (11:00 CEST) and the pairings of the first round are:
Goryachkina Aleksandra 2579 (FID) – Shuvalova Polina 2510 (FID)
Lagno Kateryna 2547 (FID) – Vaishali R 2449 (IND)
Kashlinskaya Alina 2491 (POL) – Kosteniuk Alexandra 2521 (FID)
Assaubayeva Bibisara 2443 (KAZ) – Abdumalik Zhansaya 2503 (KAZ)
Tan Zhongyi 2525 (CHN) – Zhu Jiner 2464 (CHN)
Wagner Dinara 2358 (GER) – Paehtz Elisabeth 2477 (GER)

Pairings of all rounds and the timetable of the event can be found here.

Chessdom is dedicated to professional and independent coverage of chess news and events from all over the globe! Join us for live chess games, interviews, video and photo reports, and social media reactions. Follow the development of the strongest chess software, which affects all chess today, via the Top Chess Engine Championship with its 24/7 live broadcast with chat.

Copyright © 2007-2022

To Top